ETC AM-DS1-418

‘105’ SERIES REMOTE RECEIVER DECODERS
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REMOTE DECODER; RADIO, INFRA-RED, PAGER
4 RELAY CHANNELS – EXPANDABLE TO 15
RADIO FREQS; 433 / 458 / 868 MHz
IP65 RATED ENCLOSURE
EASY INSTALLATION VIA SCREW TERMINALS
230VAC OR 12-30VDC SUPPLY
15 CMOS/TTL CHANNEL O/P's
LED INDICATION OF EACH RELAY OUTPUT.
MOMENTARY OR LATCHING OUTPUTS
1 TIMED OUTPUT ADJUSTABLE 0 To 255 secs
RELAY CONTACTS 2.5A @ 240VAC
REQUIRES NO RADIO LICENCE
DESCRIPTION
A general-purpose Rx decoder which may operate as radio, infra-red or pager system. The unit is supplied in a
tough ABS enclosure with IP65 rating, complete and ready to operate.
As a pager system (using Globemaster Module G100UK), the unit is a stand-alone pager controller. As a radio
or infrared Rx decoder, the system may be supplied with one of several modules to enable the user to choose
the optimum frequency modulation and range.
The Rx decoder has a self-learning feature, which enables it to learn the signature code of up to 50 individual
RF Solutions KEELOQ Tx encoders.
Connections to the power supply and relay outputs are provided through screw terminals (these are the only
connections required). The output relays are rated 2.5A @ 240Vac operating as either momentary of latched
operation. An additional ”Low battery” LED and relay is also provided to indicate that the Tx encoder battery
voltage is low.
Output 1 has a variable time feature, which may be adjusted to give a timed output (upto 4 minutes). A further
15 momentary digital channels are also provided for expansion using the ‘115’ Expander (See datasheet
DS115).
Performance Table
Modulation
RF Frequency
Transmit Output Power
Range **
(MHz)
(mW)
(m)
Infra-Red
-
-
20
AM
433
10
45
AMS
433
10
100
FM
433
10
200
FMNB
433NB
10
800
FM
458
500
3,000
Globemaster
See Datasheet DS100
The UK
** Range stated is optimum, direct line of sight. In worst conditions this can be reduced by upto 50%
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Connections
ANT
D8
D7
D10
D9
POWER LED
LEARN LED
F1
T1
J4
BATT LOW LED
SW1
J7
E
INFRA-RED
HEADER
LEARN
SWITCH
MAINS
TRANSFORMER
RF RECEIVER / PAGER
J3 J2
N L
230Vac
Mains
J5
0V 12-30
Vdc
VR1
CH4
GND
Connector to
Expander
RLY
9
J9
J14
N/O COMM N/C
LOW BATT
CH2
RLY 1
CH3
RLY 2
J10
CH4
RLY 3
J11
RLY 4
J12
N/O COMM N/C
N/O COMM N/C
N/O COMM N/C
N/O COMM N/C
O/P1
O/P2
O/P3
O/P4
The
decoder
requires
either a
single
12-30 Vac
supply or
240Vac
mains.
NOT BOTH!
Warning!
The unit is designed to be a fixed installation, which may be connected to a mains supply. Before removing the
cover ensure that the mains input supply is removed. Any operation of the product that involves removal of the
front cover should only be carried out by a competent person or qualified electrician.
Configuration the Outputs (Jumper Links J2, J3)
These links configure the operation of the digital outputs according to the table below.
NOTE: The link status is read only on power up, after changing the links please to remove and re-apply power.
The system is supplied with relay(s) type OMRON GL5114P or equivalent.
Note: The user must ensure that the load connected does not overload the relay!
J2
Open
Open
Connected
Connected
Latch:
J3
Open
Connected
Open
Connected
RL 1
Latch
Timed
Latch
Timed
RL 2
Latch
Momentary
Latch
Momentary
RL 3
Latch
Momentary
Momentary
Latch
RL 4
Latch
Momentary
Momentary
Latch
The relay operates until the next valid transmission is received
Momentary: The relay operates momentarily, or for as long as the Tx encoder switch is held on.
Removing Timed Output: Turn the trimmer (VR1) fully anti Clockwise.
Timed Output (O/P1)
This is a variable timed output controlled by VR1. This may be adjusted from no delay to a maximum of 4
minutes 15 seconds. Turning VR1 clockwise increases the output delay.
To remove the timed delay (for either momentary or latching mode) turn the trimmer fully anti-clockwise.
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Low Battery Relay
The low battery feature informs the user that the Tx encoder used has a low voltage battery.
The LOW BATT channel operates if the Rx decoder has received a transmitted signal with low voltage signal
present. This will continue to operate until a transmitted signal without the low voltage signal has been
received.
NOTE: the LOW BATT relay is type BT47W/6 or equivalent.
Expanding the system to 15 Relay outputs
The EX115C16A unit is available to connect directly to the ‘105’ Series Decoder providing 15 momentary relay
outputs. For further information please see Datasheet DS115.
LEARNING A NEW TX ENCODER
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press and release the programming switch (PSW1)
Note that the LED will illuminate
Depress and release the transmitter once, LED on the decoder will extinguish
Depress and release the transmitter again, LED on the decoder will flash
After the LED has stopped flashing the transmitter has been successfully taught to the decoder
This transmitter will now operate the system
To completely erase the transmitters, press PSW1 on the decoder for 10 seconds. The LED will turn off
after the 10 seconds to indicate that the transmitter(s) have been erased
ERASING EXISTING TX ENCODER
1. To completely erase the Tx encoders, press SW1 on the Rx decoder for 10 seconds.
2. The learn LED will turn off after the 10 seconds to indicate the Tx encoder(s) have been erased
NOTE: You can not erase individual Tx encoders
**Range
Please note that all radio systems are dependant on a radio signal being received through airspace.
The range quoted is the optimal in direct line of sight without obstacles and in good atmospheric conditions.
Range is affected by many things, e.g. local environmental conditions, atmospheric conditions, interference
from other radio transmitters.
In very worse case applications the range quoted may be reduced to 10% of the optimal range stated.
Technical Specifications
Dimensions: Enclosure : 190 x 120 x 60 mm
Storage Temperature; -10 to +70o Celsius.
(PCB: 174 x 106mm)
Operating Temperature; 0 to +55o Celsius.
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Supply Voltage
Supply Current : Quiescent
Time from Encoder Switch depressed to Decoder
output change
Time from Encoder Switch release to Decoder output
change
All Relays operating
Relay Rating (240Vac) RLY1-4
Low Battery Relay Rating (RLY9)
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TYPICAL
12.0
25
400
2.5
MAX
30.0
100
DIMENSION
V
mA
mSecs
300
mSecs
5
2
mA
A
A @12Vdc
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Part Numbering
‘AM105’ Series Decoders
Part Number
Relay
Outputs
Freq
(MHz)
Description
Range**
(Metres)
Compatible RFSL
Encoders
AM-105C3A-433
3
433.92
AM-Superegen Decoder
45
AM-030 Series
‘AMS105’ Series Decoders
Part Number
Relay
Outputs
Freq
(MHz)
Description
Range**
(Metres)
Compatible RFSL
Encoders
AMS-105C3A-433
3
433.92
AM-SupHet Decoder
80
AM-110 Series
Part Number
Relay
Outputs
Freq
(MHz)
Description
Range**
(Metres)
FM-105C4A-433
4
433.92
FM
200
Compatible RFSL
Encoders
FM-102, FM-103, FM-107
Series
FM-105C4A-433NB
4
433.92
FM-105C4A-458
4
458.850
Part Number
Relay
Outputs
Freq
(MHz)
IR-105C4A-433
4
Part Number
G100-105C4A
‘FM105’ Series Decoders
FM 433 Narrow Band
Radio Modules for
increased Range
Long Range Remote
Control
800
FM-102NB, FM-103NB
Series
5000
FM-103, FM-107 Series
Description
Range**
(Metres)
Compatible RFSL
Encoders
N/A
Infra-Red Receiver
Decoder 4 output relays
20
IR106, IR-102, Series
Relay
Outputs
Freq
(MHz)
Description
Range**
(Metres)
Compatible RFSL
Encoders
4
N/A
Pager Based Unit
The UK
Any DTMF Telephone
‘IR105’ Series Decoders
‘G105’ Series Decoders
** Range stated is optimum, direct line of sight. In worst conditions this can be reduced by upto 50%
For more information or general enquiries, please contact
R. F. Solutions Ltd.,
Unit 21, Cliffe Industrial Estate,
South Street,
Lewes,
E Sussex, BN8 6JL. England
Tel +44 (0)1273 898 000
Fax +44 (0)1273 480 661
Email sales@rfsolutions.co.uk
http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk
RF Solutions is a member of the Low Power Radio Association
All Trademarks acknowledged and remain the property of the respected owners
Information contained in this document is believed to be accurate, however no representation or warranty is given and R.F. Solutions Ltd. assumes no liability with respect to the accuracy of such information.
Use of R.F.Solutions as critical components in life support systems is not authorised except with express written approval from R.F.Solutions Ltd.
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